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President Ghani Stresses Better Traffic System, Greenery in Kabul City

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Tuesday, November 18, 2019
Kabul (BNA) President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani received Kabul Mayor Ahmad Zaki Sarfaraz and heard his report on reforms, good governance, construction of roads and canals, greenery and traffic system in the capital city, a statement from the presidential press office said yesterday.
Briefing the President, Mayor Sarfaraz said Kabul Municipality could survey and register 137 thousands of properties in 10 districts of the capital within last 9 months of the ongoing solar year, adding 193 projects have been implemented in 22 districts of the city and works of some projects still ongoing, the presidential statement quoted him.
Hinting to traffic system in the city, Kabul Mayor said 300 traffic staffs to be recruited to help Traffic Police with guiding of schoolchildren, management of roadside parking and controlling of the vehicles’ movements.
Thanking Mayor’s report, President Ghani said Kabul’s outlook would be changed with implementation of the development plans of the city, according to the statement.
President Ghani instructed Kabul Municipality to spare no efforts in extending of public services to the residents and help improve traffic system and greenery in the capital city, the statement added.

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